On Mon, Jul 09, 2018 at 09:23:23AM -0400, Jonathan Lebon wrote:
We use it for pull request notifications, though it proxies a lot of
other events too. Full list at:
It looks likes messages also have an `fas_usernames` key containing
a dict of GitHub username --> FAS usernames.
Yes, that sounds perfect! I have three concerns with GitHub:
1. Non-open nature of issues and other non-git stuff leaves us at the
whims of the company, and, y'know, isn't free
2. Confusion and fragmentation for Fedora users and contributors —
where to file issues is already kind of a mess.
3. This — measuring community contributions.
On the other hand, I absolutely recognize the network-effect value of
1. the GitHub user base and 2. recognition by non-current Fedora users.
So, I understand the decision to go that way. Anything we can do to
reduce the concerns as we do so would be good, though.
Fedora Project Leader